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Funny PSO freeroll - Fri May 03, 2013, 09:40 AM
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Today new month league started. First league 7703 players joined... Guess what, 4294 of them are registered on PSO page, couldnt you just make PSO league for people who are registered to PSO??? Its really funny what you made from once good league...
 
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Fri May 03, 2013, 12:23 PM
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Why do you only want PSO members to play? People that aren't PSO members are probably not interested in learning anything about strategy. In other words, they are likely to be bad players. Ergo, they are easy to beat.


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Fri May 10, 2013, 05:10 AM
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You said bad players easy to beat? Right before few minutes got kicked from pso league because idiot called 4 9, i raised with pocket queens. And flop was 9 9 3, so yeah, easy to beat? 95% in one tourney are idiots and how then you can play against them.
 
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Fri May 10, 2013, 08:14 AM
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Bad players are easier to beat. The end.

Or let's put in another way. Would you rather risk your life savings in a game of poker against Phil Ivey, or a random OSL player?

The QQ vs 94 sounds like a horrible bad beat, but I'd like to see the hand history, because you may have made a bad play. If it was all in pre-flop then there's not a lot you can do, apart from congratulating yourself for getting it in with 87% equity, but you'll still lose this hand about one in every 8 times. If you can't accept that junk hands DO win sometimes, you need to work on your mental game.


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